DETROIT – A recent survey by the Automotive Parts’ Manufacturers Assoc. (APMA) of Canada shows decreased OEM investment in the country last year and says there is too much reliance by Canadian parts suppliers on the U.S. Big Three auto makers. During the last six months of 2001, the survey found total worldwide investments by major automotive assemblers was C$7.5 billion ($4.6 billion), down from C$10.5 billion ($6.6 billion) in 2000, a 28.7% drop from like-2000. The survey shows a ...

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